Next year, the FSB expects to tackle fintech developments worldwide, including the growing role of big tech firms in finance; the development of so-called “stablecoins,” virtual currencies pegged to real assets to minimize volatility; innovation to remove friction in cross-border payments; and the transition away from the London Interbank Offered Rate to new benchmarks.
In this bonus episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast, senior OCC policy official Grovetta Gardineer digs into the details of the OCC and FDIC’s notice of proposed rulemaking on the Community Reinvestment Act.
The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision is seeking public feedback on how regulators should incorporate “crypto-assets,” including virtual currencies like bitcoin, into bank supervision.
With a new privacy law set to take effect Jan. 1 in California, the American Bankers Association today called on the state’s attorney general to make changes to a set of proposed implementing regulations to help financial institutions comply while ensuring consumer protection.
In a world where bank CEOs often reach the corner office via serving as chief financial officer or building a career on the lending side, Clayton Legear did things differently.
As one of the country’s generation of young bank CEOs, and one whose professional background is in risk management and regulatory compliance, Clayton Legear shares his unique outlook in the latest episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast.
Ahead of a Senate Commerce Committee Hearing today, the American Bankers Association submitted a statement for the record outlining several key elements that should be included in potential data privacy legislation.
Consumers are less satisfied with their wealth management mobile apps than they are with retail banking or credit card apps, but when wealth firms provide an outstanding mobile experience, clients are more likely to sign up for additional products and services, according to a J.D. Power study released today.
Signs of moxie from the OCC and FDIC? The agencies are wading into the preemption waters to defend the “valid when made” doctrine.
Understanding the past is important but extracting value from risk reports and applying the results is critical to the organization’s future. Risk reporting has far more to offer.